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Apr 04, 2022
In Fashion Forum
To get the most out of a website, you need to style it. It can be difficult to choose the right way to go, with aspects like industry, brand identity, client preference, and target demographic all coming in to play an important part. Choosing a style just based on one of these factors would be the wrong way to do it — it’s in the combination of all of these factors that your true style lies. In this article we’ll go through a couple of our favorite web design styles of the moment, and the elements that you can combine to achieve them (and pretty much every other style around). Feel free to get inspired! Sample a style There are hundreds — let’s be real, probably thousands — of web design styles floating around right now, and none of them are really very new. So web design becomes all about what new you do with an existing style, making something unique and interesting in a way that fits the brand you’re working on. Here are a couple of our favorite styles of the moment. 1. Go rugged Rugged This rugged design is all about texture, color, and type! Scales often tip in the favor of a clean and sleek look, but picking a more specific style can more effectively target your viewers. For example, the special leads rugged and grungy look is pretty much always ‘in’. The chaotic and messy aesthetic appeals to a lot of demographics, and is congruous with many a brand. So even if you opt for the jagged look, you will find favor with many. 2. Explore your natural resourcesNature Combining natural elements with the right color scheme and typographic elements make Geo Fun’s website a success. Having a beautiful picture of a mountain, waterfall or even a bird will pretty much always make a viewer linger on the page, just to admire its beauty. use this for your own benefit. Natural elements impart a very specific message and emotion to viewers, so enamor your audience to reduce your bounce rate.Embrace the freedom of abstract expressionAbstract Though the interactive imagery on Data v Eyes may be abstract, it definitely illustrates the relationship between human and data. Design doesn’t always have to use explicitly meaningful imagery to impart the right feeling. A designer, you can use the ambiguity of abstraction to achieve you design goals.
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